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, the first re-elected president since andrew jackson in 1832 to win a smaller share of the popular vote in the first re-election than he did initially. when you look at it as the margin between him and mitt romney, right now is at 2.4 percentage points which would tie george w. bush in 2004 as the narrowest margin of victory in the popular vote ever for successfully re-elected president. which says something about the durability of the divisions in our country at the time. >> how divided our country really is. i want to show our viewers a map, real quick. so, this is something that you coin back in 2009, if i'm correct. you call it the blue wall. tell us what you mean by that and what does it show and tell us? >> this is another big part of the story. there are now 18 states. the 18 states of the blue wall have voted democratic in every presidential election since 1992. six straight times. that is the most states democrats have won that often ever, since the formation of the modern party system in 1828. what that means unless republicans can break into this, can kind of breach the blue
is criminal defense attorney and fox news legal analyst arthur aidala and joey jackson. guys, great to have you here. >> for the record i'm not potted up. i'm not potted up. >> alisyn: steve doocy. joey, legalizing marijuana for legal use not medical. >> i was wondering why arthur had the munchies, i didn't figure it out. i'm getting into it. >> i start with a disclaimer. >> it often can be said that states now that it's regulated it could be safer and taxed and all the rest of this. let me say, this it's not going to pass muster. i'm going to quote scalia for him. did you see maryland vs. louisiana 1981 case that talks about preemption and here is the point, alisyn. the point is that states can do whatever they want. however, the federal government in 1970 controlled substance act said marijuana is illegal and, therefore, no matter what the states do is preemptive. >> can i shut the door on him now? do i have to wait? >> alisyn: no, go. >> or can i pounce? yes, joseph, you are correct. it is illegal to have medical marijuana according to the federal government. the federal government not t
liked james taylor, like that kind of music. still love james taylor. >> i liked the jacksons. >> would you stand in line for five days and scream and shout and cry? >> maybe, maybe. >> flo rider today. >> flo rider is coming monday. i have a sweet spot -- >> you almost said hot spot. apparently, he shot a promo. shall we? >> what's up, this is your man flo rider, by the way, hoda, i got a special treat for you. >> oh! what is it? >> you'll have to ask him when he gets here. ♪ baggy sweat pants and reeboks with the straps ♪ >> sparks will fly on monday. >>> you know who was supposed to be here yesterday, we didn't make a big deal about it. we thought the reason given was true. turns out to be completely inaccurate. we were told chelsea handler, who cancelled an hour and a half before the show. >> she was our lead guest. >> she was sick all night, we were told. but we had a feeling somethin g was up. >> late last night clicking around on the channels, you turn on jimmy fallon, guess who showed up, chelsea handler. >> let's see what she had to say. >> i wasn't sick. >> let's just say
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will be a great governor for the state. he deserves our support. host: jackson, missouri. patty is an independent calller. military, family's and it has distressed me for years that it seems to me the democratic party [unintelligible] i remember that happening during the clinton administration, as well as obama moving through the ranks over the years. when we were stationed in illinois, it was from chicago. i do not think he loves the military. i think he likes to stand around and say things, but would push comes to shove he does not seem to like the military. what is concerning is he talked a lot about people have the right to vote, and the vote should not be suppressed. yet it seems to me a lot of the democratic campaigns have suppressed the military, but have found a way for the military stationed overseas to not have the ability to vote. guest: first, let me say we are all americans. we are all proud of our country. we all support the military. i would never say president obama supports military ever is less than it romney does. that is true on down the line. there are differences in how we c
? >> it pales in comparison. i remember jesse jackson sr. weeping there. i mean that was a once in a lifetime historical moment. >> ifill: i've heard many obama supporters say that re-electing the president was re-electing the president was even more important than electing him. >> you can't get to the second without the first. the first was a universal. >> woodruff: to interrupt you quickly to say we've just learned that governor romney is on his way to the convention center in boston. of course we'll take that. >> sure. i just think beyond the support of barack obama it was an afrming moment for america. it really was. >> ifill: and this is? this is an affirming moment for barack obama. and his supporters and the campaign. what he's trieded to do and what he wants to try to do but it isn't the same cosmic global emotional... >> woodruff: when you think about it, a year ago, six months ago, nine months ago, the over overwhelming prediction was this president could be beaten. this president was facing, and a year-and-a-half ago you look at any number of intervals over the last year or two, th
, legitimate rape. in illinois democratic congressman jesse jackson jr. has been re-elected to his post despite a lengthy absence and his current stay in the mayo clinic. >>> and in maine and maryland, voters approved measures to allow same-sex marriage. and in colorado and washington state, residents voted to legalize marijuana, a measure massachusetts was also approved to allow medical marijuana use. >>> just a week after getting slammed by superstorm sandy, new york and new jersey are bracing for yet another new storm. hundreds of flights in the area have already been cancelled, and airlines are evaluating how many more will be grounded. in low-lying areas police are using loudspeakers to tell residents to move to higher ground, and hundreds of nursing home residents in the hard-hit rockaways have already been evacuated. one ray of hope. weather experts now say this nor'easter may be weaker than originally expected. >>> after indicating that he would not voluntarily attend a congressional hearing this month, house lawmakers have issued a subpoena for barry kaden, the director of the massachu
of his heros. are they, a, michael jackson, b, knicks star patrick ewing, yankees slugger dave winfield or hulk hogan. >> dave winfield. >> you're good. >> he wrote dear winfield postcards to keep the baseball star up to date on willie's summer vacation. >> i was very young so i would write dear winfield, played mini golf and made a hole in one and sent to to yankee stadium. >> why did you think dave winfield would care? >> because i was 7. >> it is 2-2. >> i love it. >> and it's 2-2. >> tiebreaker. >> age. >> how old is willie geist? >> i'd say 39. >> and al roker? >> 41. >> and the correct answer is 37. >> natalie. >> i was -- i said 39. >> if i go over, nobody wins. >> one more. >> what are the names of willie's children? >> he said it in the piece. >> they are girls. >> that's a tough one. >> they are girls. >> i know his wife's name christina. >> that's not the question, natalie, and thank you. >> oh, okay. >> your girls names. >> lucy and george. >> yeah. >> i think nat mo wins. >> why don't you take the bourbon, al. >> you're the yankees winfield fan so, willie, this is your gift
jackson and fox news legal analyst arthur aidala. we got them both rides here to avoid legal complications. [ laughter ] >> i like the video how fox shows people how to roll a joint and pack a pipe. that's the lead in at 7:00 a.m. 6:54. >> educate the viewership. >> that's how you pack it. >> free public service. this is a serious issue. because it's not as easy to marijuana at roadside stop as it is for booze. how big a battle is this for colorado and washington. >> it's huge. this morning driving here on the radio the nassau district attorney is charging a 17-year-old with murder because as is he driving the car, he hits a tree and he kills four kids in the car. and i believe he was sober but he was driving an excessive rate of speed. we need to figure out the same way they figured out with alcohol. here is what the amount of alcohol that has to be in your system to affect your ability to drive. they need to the same thing. here is the ability amount of marijuana that needs to be in your system to effect your ability to drive. >> here in lies the problem. the problem is that we're talkin
a european style social democracy or more towards the traditional conservative populism of jackson or his ronald reagan, and third. when they manage to deal with the deadlocks to change the direction or brick at such a deadlock as this it comes into the presidential leadership. it doesn't come into any other means. that need to be a good harbinger for your policy and how they are bred to move forward on terms of what to promote. so, given all of that if you buy into any of it, it is to what extent do you see any way in the world that the next four years are going to be anything other than a continuation of the last four struggling through, kicking the can down the road not dealing with the fundamental problems of america? >> three very good questions. i would say that obama's first term has two parts before and after the 2010 election just as the clinton administration was also two parts. as a talk about the last years and clinton when the republicans took the house and forced them to keep welfare reform and cut the capitol gains tax. they never talk about the first two years where the jo
democracy or more towards the traditional conservative populism of jackson or ronald reagan. third, when the country manages to deal with such a deadlock or change such a deadlock as this it doesn't come to any other means. so you have a lot of red and that may be a good harbinger for your party but it doesn't say anything about how the country is going to move forward in terms of what you promote. so given all of that if you buy any of it, to what extent do you see any way the next four years are going to be anything other than a continuation of the last struggling kicking the can down the road not really dealing with the fundamental problems in america? >> three very good questions. i would say that obama's first term has two parts before and after the 2012 election just as the clinton administration was also to parts. i talk about the last six years when they took the house and the senate and forced the welfare reform and cut the capitol gains tax. they never talk about the first two years where growth and jobs were flat when the democrats read everything. so i'm all in favor of a las
on to diane in jackson, mississippi plans to set predicts spend the same period cal. caller: i didn't not get a chance to spend much with the economy the way it was. it was slow at my job and got laid off a lot. i said with elderly people -- i sit with elderly people. work has been really, really slow and i could not be spending a whole lot of money but i would love to now. after this holiday, if it picks up maybe next year, i hope i will give a little bit more. host: did you go out shopping this morning? caller: i went yesterday. host: christmas shopping? caller: i bought my grandbaby some stuff. host: what were the lines like guest today? caller: it was ok but i had to really budget my money. i had to buy some cheap stuff. host: did you find good deals? caller: i did, i cannot complain. i would like to add to this -- i agree with the lady that got through speaking just before about the economy and how the system works. i understand what obama did when he said he had to make the cut with a higher tax payers. i feel if we take more from the people who have the most and put it into the ones wh
or or jessekson -- the eveevent jackson, that is the way that you grow. you could evolve into a james mcgrath or michelle. i'm ambivalent about it. the only problem i have with it is to maintain good standards. just be honest with what you're doing. make sure that you get the right name, make sure that you get the information right behind it. don't say, will you stand over this? if it is actuality and a real news event. i see a lot of young people and older folks that perhaps don't quite understand that. perhaps they will get a mentor and they will learn from those things. the only real thing that sticks in my craw, you have to blame a lot of this kind of scuffling to cover something to the deputy commissioner for public information. the issue to many credentials. you have this excessive coverage of an event and it was difficult for legacy media to do that because it was very difficult. it made it a lot harder. perhaps the difficulties will render a whole new kind of approach to composition. >> it is just too easy. want a bellyache too much because i don't think people really want to -- >> [t
when andrew jackson was elected, a champion of the common man and during the founding era, he switched from the founding era to bring his supporters into the government. his conviction was that officeholders in the government of their offices have and they basically thought that government jobs were simple and that anybody could handle them. mainly east of the mississippi river. the partisan approach led to the development of the spoils system and the governor of new york coin the phrase, to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy. in the middle of the nineteenth century, wholesale changes of personnel at partisan changes came with each new administration to spread corruption and kickbacks, so if you got a job with the the government, you were expected to take part of your salary and put it back in the party coffers of they could use that to campaign for the president next time. a progressive farm for reform, the spoils system. the president wants a cake and everybody wants a piece of backache. president garfield was elected in 1880. progressives were after this for a while. garfield
with peter jackson. can you catch it on "rock center with brian williams" next thursday. ann will have more on the making of "the hobbit" and an interview with the cast right here on "today." >> cool. >> now for some help if you've been looking for love in all the wrong places. nbc's katy tur explains. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. if you're single and looking and don't want to do speed dating or online dating or don't want to get set up by your friends, have you ever tried looking on your morning commute? one matchmaker is doing just, that and if you've been on a new york city subway and cbs all of the good looking people that are down there, you know that this is probably a pretty good idea. in a city of 8 million, you never know who you're going to meet on a new york city street. so this love story, we have to go underground. >> the real conductor. "l" for love. >> reporter: quick on her feet, eyes on the prize. >> let's see what we've got. >> reporter: fingers at the ready. >> here's the hat. everyone loves the hat. >> reporter: she's known as the love conductor. erica
? betty because of betty white apparently. baby betty. >> aiden, jackson, ethan, liam, mason, noah, lucas, jacob, jayden and jack. new to that is mia and jack. >> those are interesting names this year. i wonder why sophia, mia, what do you think? >> we have an isabella sophia at our house. all of their friends that come over, isabella, sophia, mia. >> we have a big show. he's one of hollywood's most talented writers and directors and actors and adorable. >> we love our ed burns. >> and we'll reveal our ambush makeovers. >> two lucky ladies, but first these messages. did you know the core of our health is truly on the inside. that's why i take new trubiotics. it's a daily probiotic that helps in two ways. one helps support digestive health, the other immune health. stay true to your health. new trubiotics. from the makers of one-a-day. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant for the latest smartphone. you wanna see if walmart has the same phone, for less? let's see! samsung galaxy s3 --- you could save over $5
of oprah winfrey and jesse jackson weeping. we look at the audience tonight, and there is a different reaction. a reminder of when the new england patriots won the first super bowl. after they won the first time, the expectation was, that we can win. you are talking about the coalition, this new coalition in the democratic party. i think it says something, not just to the republican party, but perhaps the rest of america. i was talking earlier to the head of the urban league. he made the point of this coalition, is becoming more mature. we talk about this coalition of young voters. of women and minorities, african-americans and hispanics. he made the point that not only should the republican party take notice, but perhaps the rest of america, corporate america, to take notice that america is changing. and perhaps not just the republican party, but also organizations. to look at diversity in a different way. because you see from this audience that they won a tough race. and they are certainly relieved. but there seems to be an expectation in this crowd that this is the direction americ an officiillc. news obtained this video of jerry jackson... a designated poll watcher... black beret and combat-style - uniform. you may reeall this scene frrm 2008... when members of the group were &paccused of initimidating voters at a philly olling site ... you can see one of them armed with a billy clubb. jackson was ammng thhse arrested ... but the charges critics worry he's at it aaain. iq: one would hope that unintimidated vote." vote." &p theee werr also reports of ew black panther arty members t polling sites in cleveland, ohio, .../ but unlike the 2008 election, members were gathering in groups. p3expanding gambling... a big issue in maryland tonight tonighthere's where it stands right now.. 3 john rydell... streaming live from nntional harbor in princc georges ccuntyy..where supporters are rallying tonight. tonnght... theeinternet played a key rooe in all the campaigns tonight... from thh race for the wwite &phouse... to tte baalot &pquestiins here in maryland marylandit's... also playing... a... key role... on... election day...//paul &pgessler... joins u
popular myth back in 1815. but in 1815 what people were really celebrating was the idea that jackson had gone to battle with this total rag tag mig shah, the kentucky boys, and they have -- militia, the kentucky boys, and that they had succeeded in overcoming earlier problems. yes. >> the american navy had some ip newspapers in the war of -- influence in the war of 1812, finally got established there, and i'm wondering if your theory on romantic passion had anything related to the navy, because i always thought sailors were more romantically passionate than -- [laughter] >> thank you so much. the question is, weren't the sailors even more romantic and passionate than the soldiers, and what about the navy in the war of 1812? thank you very much for the question. i actually have a whole chapter on sailors in the book. you have to kind of figure out what your -- what you're going to abstract, so i didn't even mention the sailors, but you are right. they're very much in the same kind of patriotic vein that we have been talking about. >> what was general hull's involvement in the american rev
a concert, though a short time afterward. >>> congressman jesse jackson jr. is resigning. that's after dealing with bipolar disorder and other health problems for nearly a year. he said wednesday that he need to spend time getting better. he's been away from d.c. for most of the year. jackson is also being investigated for possibly trying to get president obama's old senate seat in exchange for fundraising. he has denied doing anything wrong. >>> a young groom is about to get a selfless gift from his fiancee's friend. went to the hospital after threw a pumpkin at her! someone driving a white sedan o the hospital but is to be victim in chest, causing enough injury where she transported to a local area hospital. you've got to factor in how fast car was driving and also the person t pumpkin out of the vehicle. it did she chest. aay t it's a felony. >>> swept away by official treed by the city of union beach where people started decorating it right there on the 's a symbol ofe hard-hit>> a few days later, we noticedtree. somebody else ca along and put inspirational t
about franklin roosevelt, biography of andrew jackson called andrew jackson. the age of gold about the gold rush in the 1840s. the first american, about benjamin franklin and tea are about theodore roosevelt. together these books comprise not haphazardly but purposefully a history of the united states for the last 200 or so years. a number of these books have been best sellers. traitor to his class and the first american were both finalists for the pulitzer prize and you can see h. w. brands on tv all the time if you go to the history channel or turn on the tv, there he is. this book is -- i will hold this up again so you can see and recognize it easily at the book signing tend, it is a tremendous biography of ulysses grant filled with stuffed i certainly never knew and was delighted to find out. it is very authoritatively and readable. before we get to grant himself i wanted to ask bill a broad question about biography. here at the book festival there are a number of biographers. i have read several of these already, robert caro's latest volume in his massive history, biography of
cool books warrior series, percy jackson, the wrinkle in time by the end of the summer jack was bright but not a good reader.3 day. do i have to? yes. unless you want to sleep in a garage. but we will find cool books warrior series, percy jackson, the wrinkle in time by the end of the summer jack was bright but not a good reader. his mother must also be very pretty. he had read one dozen books and his reading skills had gone through the roof so eight years old the did not like to read when he took the s.a.t. he got 800 and reading which is the highest for. it is not important if they get 800 but it is important to get there high-school and that they have options. mitch? come on out. we will shoot the breeze. what happened with that move the? >> thank you. [applause] >> you can tell why we have a master storyteller just from hearing stories that he tells. we need to create this throughout the country. we read in our house that is one of the most brilliant tagline tsai have heard in a long time. don't you agree? [applause] we should begin that i read this cnn dot com peace the road to an
jesse jackson all those years. >> or herman cain. and colin powell who did all those things is supporting the other guy, what are we doing wrong that we're losing people like colin powell? they're terrible in introspection, but the party won't change until one or two of them or five of them, or here on the seven we helped them along. >> i think they're starting to see that to some extent. we're starting to see a riff in the republican party. even michael steele who is distancing himself from the kind of tea party core that you see in the republican party. that's a question that i wanted to ask you ana you brought up the point when we saw that first ad. it's insulting that they would think that the black constituent constituency wouldn't know the difference between the republican party now and then. are we even talking about the republican party any more? >> i think we are. >> is there a republican party any more? this is what i want to know. >> i think the republican party you talk about distancing themselves, i think they're trying to distance themselves from the tea party
and our own jr jackson. are you going to shop at a walmart? >> i was going to before--my boycott of walmart has been for a while. >> have you shop there had. >> that's a place where you get a chance to get things, you know the mantra. all the same things that you get with low prices. that doesn't affect me. what i need, i need this good price because that's what i have. it was a normal thing. until you find out more about it, then you became that one family member who said, who is selling you this stuff? then you have to explain the whole thing every time. >> tricia, when you see this stuff it's hard not to be enraged what they do to their workers and what they've they have done to the mom and pop stores. they've provided things at a lower price but is that price worth it? >> that's the connection that we need to be drawing that these very low prices drive down wages wages. that's really the whole context. not only does it create an completely uneven playing field but it completely drives down wages to unsustainable unliving wages. completely unlivable. >> i want to look at this
jackson simply tweeted, i can't stop crying, america died. all right. wendy walsh is here. human behavioral expert, specialist here. wendy, for some, this goes beyond just being angry. america died? what are we hearing here? >> well, i don't want to discount for one minute how real these symptoms are. i was on talk radio the other night and some of the callers were expressing major -- not only emotional distress but even physiological symptoms. vomiting, sleep disturbances, unable to eat. we should not discount that and we can't laugh about it. this is very, very serious. and i call it post-election stress disorder. i think there are a couple of reasons probably. one is with due respect to my colleagues in the more conservative press, i think they really didn't tell the truth about what was going to happen and the numbers. they wanted to make it seem not even like a close race. they wanted it to seem that mitt would win in a landslide. and many people were shocked to find out he didn't. >> i've watched and usually people -- not saying that they weren't gracious. mitt romney was v
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